Sunday, October 08, 2006

Allen Grossman

I want to add that I really liked the Allen Grossman poem Hoaglund uses as his ultimate example.

(The example however is not enough to dismiss Apollinaire or other forms of experimentation, though no doubt that's Tony H's "desired effect - ie this is how it's done right.).

Grossman is on the whole a singular writer.

Further, he has been a supporter of Joyelle's work which makes him not only an interesting poet but also a great reader.

1 Comments:

Blogger Adam said...

Grossman's poems are something else. The Piano Player Explains Himself still haunts me.

3:11 PM  

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